Who Are We?
Ondokuz Mayıs University Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences is equipped with the knowledge and skills to take our country to higher levels in its journey to become a global power and to represent our country successfully at the national and international level in the field of social sciences. Our faculty is an educational institution that strives to serve the country and the society by educating qualified personnel, educators, researchers and scientists who have internalized national culture characteristics and national identity. Our faculty, founded in 2016, has one professor, one associate professor, two assistant professors and two research assistants, and there are currently approximately 130 students in one undergraduate program.
What About Our Qualifications and Academic Vision?
Our faculty members conduct qualified research, are open to change and development, use the opportunities to produce education and knowledge for the benefit of humanity and the country, and work devotedly and diligently in their profession.
What Are Our Programs and Job Opportunities?
Our students who receive pedagogical formation certificates are appointed history teachers by the Ministry of Education if they get good scores from the Public Personnel Selection Exam. Our graduates can also be history teachers in private educational institutions. They can also be employed in civil service, local and regional administration, personnel management, journalism, international organizations, tourism, management and evaluation of cultural heritage and archives, museums and libraries.
What Exchange Programs Do We Offer to Our Students?
Our faculty supports Erasmus, Farabi and Mevlana student exchange programs, and teaching opportunities are provided in countries and schools our university has agreements with. Opportunities to improve language skills are provided through student exchange programs.
In What Ways Do We Support the Professional, Cultural, and Social Atmosphere?
In our faculty, field-based studies are conducted in a scientific discipline within the scope of the Historical Field Studies course. Students are encouraged to travel and see places such as museums, antique cities, historical ruins, sites of historical and geographical importance, etc., while upholding scientific discipline. Students gain experience with scientific methods through methods and techniques of historical field research.